Pokemon are some of the most successful franchises ever with among the huge fan groups for films, games consoles, and tv programs. \n \nTherefore, it should not come as a surprise that Pokemon fans are eagerly awaiting Scarlet and Violet. The latest ep revealed that gamers would journey through the Paldea area while entering one of two academies, adding to the facts we already knew about the new games. \n \nOnly a few of the new Pokemon were visible in the teaser. The Paldean Wooper will be a Poison\/Ground dual-type Pokemon, while the initial Regional Forms of Pokemon Scarlet and Violet were also unveiled. \n \nFirst presented in Generation 2 of the Pokemon franchise, Wooper is a hybrid Water\/Ground Pokémon. A blue, naive Pokémon named Wooper has small, rounder, black eyes, a large head relative to its size, and is mentally handicapped. \n \nIt stays in ice water for the majority of the day, sometimes quitting it as the air cools in the night to hunt for food near the coast. \n \nOne of the prettiest Pokemon in the series, it frequently serves as the subject of fan art, as seen in the stunning 3D design of Wooper. Now, a user has created an intriguing work of visual art that includes the Paldean Wooper and Wooper. \n \nJohtonian Wooper Trying to Keep Cool is the intriguing artistic statement that Reddit member QuantumF0 recently posted. The primary ad depicts Wooper smearing dirt on itself to resemble the recently introduced Paldean Wooper. \n \nThe Paldean Wooper is pictured staring at Wooper when he is standing in a puddle of mud incomprehensibly. More than 5,000 retweets and several comments show how much the Pokemon Scarlet and Violet community adores this design. \n \nThe artwork received a lot of favorable feedback from fans on the comment page, and there were also some debates regarding it. \n \nAs the pocket monster's initial form, some fans felt that the word Johtonian shouldn't be used before Wooper and that they should instead be referred to as just Wooper.